REACH 2.0 Initiative: Addressing Health Inequities and Improving Health Outcomes among Gay Men

This Ontario project will bring together researchers from across disciplines as well as healthcare professionals and community leaders to develop, implement, and evaluate a health delivery model that provides primary care physicians with clinical toolkits about gay men’s health and also activates and empowers gay men in their healthcare using the self-management support framework.

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New Staff

In November, REACH 2.0 welcomed David Seekings as Manager of Evaluation and Program Science. David joins REACH with over a decade of experience working in health and social policy research and evaluation with both the government of Canada and the province of Nova Scotia.

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Stigma Index Grant Application

In October, REACH 2.0 submitted a grant application to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research entitled, The Canadian HIV Stigma Index CBR Project: Examining the social and structural drivers of stigma to shape the actionable solution(s) to support people living with HIV and their affected communities.

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